Mohammed Shami is one of the key members of the Indian Test team. He has become a match-winner for India and under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, he has made some stellar performances for India. With Kohli relinquishing the captaincy in test, the BCCI management is racing beside time to broadcast India’s next Test captain against Sri Lanka in March ahead of the home Test series.
At present, there is also a theory of rotation of fast bowling captains in world cricket including Pat Cummins who has been selected to be the Australia’s Test captain, which has given significance for a new debate. However, the BCCI management is also taking into consideration the odds of making a fast bowler the Test captain. Mohammed Shami, on his part, has said that captaincy is not the only thing he is thinking about at the moment but is ready for any responsibility.
In the Indian test team Mohammed Shami is considered very crucial part of the team and has grown in figure and is at present one of the best red-ball bowlers in the Indian Cricket team. In a recent, Dale Steyn also had praises for the bowler saying that Indian bowling is the best and the Indian player has some best bowlers such as Jasprit Bumrah and Shami. Siraj looks like a name in the future. He thinks he has been in a bit of trouble, Steyn added. His first achievement as a bowler was seen in a match against New Zealand in 2006 when he took 10 wickets.
As a major weapon Mohammed Shami (Pacer) has come out to be India’s one of the best pacers so far. Whether at away or at home pitch, Shami’s capability to bowl with precise lengths and lines make him a frightening bowler. Shami has a total of 34 wickets in the 8 matches he has played against the Proteas and is the leading wicket-taker against South Africa in the current Indian setup.
Mohammed Shami is been a crucial player in the history of Indian cricket and has been doing wonders for the teams since his joining in the team.
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